scarygodmotherfandom said: *You wander in this in dark planet. Of course it had to be a dark place. You had to go to a dark place, the type of place that manages to SPOOK you. BOOray? As you walk nervously, looking for a light source, you notice a lone light. Thank the SPIRITS there is some light! You instantly move towards the light, which turns out is from a house. A rather nice house at that. You give a little knock on the door and wait.*
The door swings open seemingly by itself, and a voice sounds from within.
Velcome to my do-mi-cile!
You couldn’t help it. It’s close to Halloween, and you live in a giant, Gothic mansion. The Dracula-impression was inevitable. Not to mention the reference was just too good t pass up.
Is that you, Cute?
You ask as you walk down the red carpet, though your smile fades to a slightly confused face as you see a new person. One you’ve never met. What a first impression.
Oh, eh, f- sorry. I thought you were someone else.
SS: I have a comic fandom as well! Though I’m more well known for the TV movie adaptaion. SCARY Godmother focuses on a little girl, a WITCH, and all their MONSTER friends having wacky adventures and all that jazz. It’s pretty goofy and not really something that’s very thought provoking. It’s more of a fun little trip, a nice tradition for people around HALLOWEEN.
SS: Your comic does sound pretty interesting. I’ll have to give it a try some time!
Heh, right! Although be aware, that it’s not for everybody. The gore and, uh, some of the dialogues might turn some people away from it.
You can’t possibly be a good, balanced fandom without warning people about your source material. It really isn’t for everybody, you realized that a long time ago. That isn’t going to deter you from enjoying it, though.
Oh, I -am- a fan of Halloween, though. I remember watching The Halloween Tree when I was a wee lad… Here you go.
You say, handing Scary her tea, before leading her into the rather large living room, with its high roof, chandelier, candelabras, grand piano and walls paved with paintings of cosmic horrors interspersed with Gothic bookcases on lion feet.